People exiting Mendi in fear of retaliation

The National, Tuesday July 12th, 2016

MORE Engans living in Mendi, Southern Highlands, are returning to their home province in fear of retaliation.
Public servants from Enga started returning home following the killing of a first-year Unitech student from Mendi two weeks ago.
Enga police commander acting Superintendent George Kakas said four policemen and 11 other public servants had returned to Enga.
He said some opportunists looted the house of a forestry officer from Enga in Mendi.
Meanwhile, Southern Highlands deputy provincial administrator Ambe Keleli called on the students and public servants from Enga to return to Mendi.
“I appeal to the students and public servants to return as there is no threat. The relatives of the late (Graham) Romanong want peace and harmony to prevail,” he said.